Careers and Employability Office (CEO) E-Newsletter
30 March 2017
Week 5 of EmployableYOU
It's time for your Career Health Check!
Since 2006, the Careers and Employability Office has been offering its tailored and distinct services to all of our Business School students.
Achieving career aspirations for all of our students is a top priority for our Business School. Our team of dedicated business career experts offer a specialised careers and employability service for every student across all of our degree programs. Our career support includes strong linkages into industry and our corporate partners are featured in as many of our events and services as possible.

Business School students who engage early with career exploration, professional skill development and industry connections are best equipped to make their mark in today's complex and changing professional world.
Jobs and Work Experience Opportunities
The CEO connects you with employers on and off campus, discover all the latest employment opportunities and graduate programs available.

Stay up to date with available internships, summer and vacation roles, professional, volunteer work and international opportunities.

Visit the CEO online jobs page


CEO News and Events
Week 5 EmployableYOU

Career Health Check

A quick visit to the careers clinic will enhance your resume, career plans, job applications and make sure you're on track for a healthy career future!

First years – what to do now?
- register now
Monday 3 April 12-3pm

Second/penultimate years – where you should be!
- register now
Tuesday 4 April 12-3pm

Final years – where you needed to be yesterday!
- register now 
Wednesday 5 April 12-3pm

Your career health check will take place in the Careers and Student Experience Lounge, Abercrombie Building - Basement Level.

CEO have invited Google to join us on Campus! 

Learn about life at Google, non-technical internships, grad jobs and more!

Thursday 6th April, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Institute Lecture Theatre 1, The Institute Building

Reminder: Business Alumni Mentoring Program

Applications close Friday 31 March, 5pm! 

Business School News and Events
HatchLab - Sydney Social Innovation Hub

Are you ready to hatch and grow your innovative idea?

Develop your business with HatchLab, our incubator that provides up to 12 months of support to all University of Sydney​ students of any faculty interested in founding a startup.

For more information and how to apply, visit here
Applications close April 2 2017

CPP applications are now open! 

Learn more about the Community Placement Program and meet representatives of the CPP program partners to discover the different international placement opportunities available in Fiji, Cambodia and India.
Info Session: Tuesday, 11 April 3:30–4:30pm
2150, Abercrombie Building (H70)

Register your attendance today:

The Australian subscription offer!!

Get unlimited digital access to The Australian 

Offer available to all current students until 25 August 2017.

Find out more

The Dymocks Innovation Challenge is an opportunity for undergraduate students to solve real-world challenges for Dymocks Australia.

Each team will work on a submission in response to one of three themes related to the needs of Dymocks.

The challenge will bring together students from across the university to design, develop and deliver a solution to one of three themes.

Criteria? Originality, Creativity, Innovation.
If this sounds like you, enter! Pitch now due on Friday 7 April!
Open to all current undergraduate students of all disciplines.

How to join:

External News and Events
Employment Guide 2017 – now featuring over 230 employers

Start your career and become a difference maker

Are you an accounting, business or finance student? 
Are you looking to start your career search?  

Featuring over 230 employers, offering; graduate, vacation, internship, cadetship and undergraduate roles. The Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Employment Guide is designed with business, finance or accounting students in mind.

Explore your career options with Employment Guide 2017.

Browse the full guide at:

Challenge your Understanding of Impact – Intern this July in rural India

40K Globe is passionate about creating a movement of young Australians who want to challenge themselves and their ideas about social impact through scaling an award-winning social enterprise.

Over the course of a 4-week immersion in an Indian village, you will learn about the complexities of poverty reduction, challenge your opinions about your role in changing the world, all whilst scaling an edtech social enterprise that has been backed by Google and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 40K PLUS

Join the movement by applying at WWW.40KGLOBE.COM.AU/APPLY-NOW/  

ASES Zhejiang have opened applications for 2017 Summit!

Will you be one of the top 35 international entrepreneurs heading to the Silicon Valley of China, Hangzhou for a fun week of communicating and problem-solving?

This year's theme is "Mobile Internet: Another living style". 

Apply by April 9th for the Early Bird round at:

Are you a student with disability looking for a chance to develop your career skills?

The Australian Network on Disability (AND) is looking for motivated Engineering, IT and Finance students to be mentored by some of Australia’s best and brightest professionals from a range of industries through our PACE Mentoring program. Get involved in this initiative to facilitate the development of your skills and confidence in a workplace setting.

If you’re interested in applying, complete this online application form no later than Friday 14th April 2017

Clubs and Societies Events
Sydney Consulting Club

Consultants on Campus Getting Coffee
Are you an aspiring consultant? Sydney Consulting Club is calling for all students in final, penultimate or pre-pen year to attend their networking event in April - Consultants on Campus Getting Coffee!

Joined by McKinsey & Company, Bain & Company, Oliver Wyman, A.T. Kearney, Strategy&, EY + more!

Sit down with a consultant, and have a chat! It's pretty simple right? We'll provide the food, you provide the conversation. 

Applications are assessed on a rolling basis and close 9am, 10th April!
Apply now

Want a high-powered career but don't know where to start?
Then this is the event for you!

The Network of Women invites you to its biggest and most impressive event of the year featuring a range of companies at the top of their industries. Come along to our Careers Conference to speak to company representatives from UBS, Accenture, BCG, Bain, Credit Suisse, KPMG, Uber and more!

For more information, visit here
Register here:

SUBS Careers Fair

Want to jump into internship, summer vacation and graduate program applications? Keen to meet some industry representatives and get a feel for the culture of respective companies?

We invite all students, particularly those in penultimate and final year, to come along to the Darlington Centre on Tuesday the 4th of April.

Sponsors covering a range of business related industries will be available to meet with students, from accounting to marketing, and all of those in between.

Tuesday 4 April, 3-6pm

Please register for the event using this form to attend:

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Additional Resources
Home of Australia’s GradMaker, the Graduate Jobs Match Maker. 

Great information and resources to help you find your perfect Graduate Job 

Graduate Opportunities:
For the latest, most comprehensive information on graduate jobs in Australasia. There’s also information here for International Graduates
Check the website below to see opportunities as they become available 

Going Global:
Going Global is great for local and international students looking for local/international opportunities! Search jobs and country information. 

Sydney University Careers Centre:
You can also visit the Sydney University Careers Centre Website on 

Contact Singapore:
Visit the Contact Singapore Job Portal for exciting opportunities in Singapore: 

Create a Profile – Connect with Recruiters – search the Student Jobs and Alumni Portals
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The Careers and Employability Office
Careers and Student Experience Lounge
Come see us at the careers and student experience lounge, receive coaching on your resume and cover letter, careers queries and resource tips. We can also let you know about upcoming careers and employability events and workshops that will help you get ahead!  

We are located in the Abercrombie Building, Basement Level open Monday-Friday, 12-3pm, during teaching weeks unless otherwise indicated.

Careers Counselling
Would you like to sit down with one of our expert careers counsellors? Make a booking now for assistance with selecting your majors, finding the right path to kick start you career or feedback on your resume and cover letter and to practice your interview skills!
Email to find out what times are available and to make your booking: 

N.B. This information has been sent to you by the University of Sydney Business School Careers and Employability Office. The provision of this information does not constitute an endorsement by the University of the merits of the organisation providing the information. The University is passing on information which may assist you in your job search. You should make your own enquiries to verify any of the information given.
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